This is an extremely well-executed answer to "What if something sent a whole town back to the 1600s?" It begins a gripping, realistic and intriguing series. Does it bug you when authors get their details wrong? Eric Flint gets them right. Enjoy the challenges and ingenious solutions, and come face to face with history in a modern context. (Baen offers this book and its successor "1633" in their Free Library: you don't get a teaser, you get the whole text.)
As always, Wodehouse charms and entertains. His plots are fun, and his language is exquisite. Douglas Adams said Wodehouse was the greatest comedic writer in English, and I agree. Punch said criticizing Wodehouse was like taking a spade to a soufflé. Just enjoy the soufflé.